WAMUL collects raw cow milk twice everyday from authorized milk cooperatives located in villages of Upper and Lower Assam. It is collected only from affiliated milk cooperatives called Dairy Cooperative Society (DCS)/Milk Producers Institutions (MPI) that are located in and around Guwahati. While collecting, tests are done to ascertain whether the quality of milk conforms to the high standards set by WAMUL.
WAMUL’s fully automated dairy plant located at Panjabari, Guwahati processes 60,000 litres of milk per day. The dairy processing unit currently has a pasteurizer (5KLPH unit and 10KLPH unit), a homogenizer (5KLPH unit) and a cream separator (5KLPH). Apart from that, the plant also has a number of automated machines like can washer, crate washer, milk pumps, storage tanks, boiler, refrigeration plant and automated cup filling machine. The hygiene of the plant is maintained religiously by cleansing it with a caustic soda solution, steam and boiled water twice a day.
The Purabi product that reaches your table everyday is packed and marketed in perfectly hygienic ways. WAMUL treats the inner layer of its product packaging material with UV rays for sterilization, ensuring zero contamination. Apart from marketing pasteurized and homogenized milk, every milk product is made from the same milk, and packaged through machines to provide maximum purity.
LIQUID MILK PLANT AT PANJABARI, GUWAHATI
Fully automated processing unit with a capacity of 60,000 litres of milk per day. It also has automatic milk product manufacturing section for its high quality milk products such as paneer, cream, ghee, curd, lassi and flavoured milk.
CATTLE FEED PLANT AT CHANGSARI
Situated at a distance of 40 kilomettres from Guwahati, it has a processing capacity of 100 metric tonnes of cattle feed per day.
Assam is a milk deficient state and cross-bred cow population forms less than 5% of the total bovine population. This is primarily due to lack of awareness amongst the cattle owners about Artificial Insemination (AI) and non-availability of quality semen.
To improve the scenario and increase milk production, WAMUL has started providing doorstep AI services, under the Assam Dairy Development Plan (ADDP) of Government of Assam funded by the World Bank in Nagaon district. Apart from organizing awareness camps to educate the local cattle owners on the benefits of AI, WAMUL has also sourced frozen semen dosage (FSD) from India's premier semen station, Sabarmati Ashram Goushala, Gujarat, managed by National Dairy Development Board (NDDB).