NEW Works®, a division of Mahattil International LLC, works with clients in technology development, global market development and workforce development in water technology and resources. As a member of The Water Council located in the Global Water Center we are able to easily collaborate and partner with industry leaders and experts in the field of water management. Shajan John, a certified global business professional and a technology strategy expert provides leadership for these activities.
We serve as a global consultant to the industry/university consortium led by UW-Milwaukee College of Engineering and Marquette University. vIt is a program partially funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) I/UCRC program called Water Equipment and Policy Center. They are establishing a research connection and collaboration in India to develop a research program that will bring new localized water technologies for the India market.
Addressing wastewater management, including effective resource recovery and clean-up of polluted water bodies are areas of interest in our global development projects.
Municipal leaders from City of Milwaukee met with municipal leaders of Kerala, India to discuss and learn about water and solid waste management most recently.
Working with a leading water technology company, we are developing global business development strategies for the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia regional markets. Our tasks include identifying developing market entry strategies for long term sustainable business success, identifying and developing channel partners and assisting them to develop new markets. The company’s solutions include disaster relief, water treatment systems, alternative water systems (rain water, condensate water, grey water) and harvesting systems.
NEW Works® and partners worked with PeppNation, Sports Leadership Camps’ students and coaches serving the Amani Children’s Outing Association (COA), to explore and experience Milwaukee’s water resources and career opportunities in the water industry. Thirty children and their 6 adult supervisors were able to experience this unique Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through water technologies and services. Read more