We are pleased to present you an innovative technological solution

Specifically designed (and later protected with an International Invention Patent) for the construction of bathing ponds in territories which, like yours, include areas of archaeological, landscaping and/or natural interest.
It is a technology for the construction of bathing ponds that improves the introduction of the same in the landscape, creating structures that are lightweight, non-invasive, not anchored to the ground, and in seamless integration with the environment and the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Bathing Ponds MyLago

Mylago bathing ponds arise from the study of traditional mountain lakes that in the summer welcome swimmers in wonderful natural landscapes.
The construction system of these swimming ponds is perfectly compatible with the environment; it is the same type of system generally adopted for the realization of lakes for water storage (for agricultural use and irrigation), characterized by the following aspects:

Total absence of reinforced concrete or other structures in contact with the subsoil.

Conformation of the pond bottom with sloping walls to make it "self-supporting" and without altering the geological stability of the site.

Lighter loads resulting from the excavation of soil (1600 kg x about 3m). Water to fill the pool/pond, after placing a bottom layer (approx. 4 cm deep) of stones: total weight 1070 kg per m 3).

The waterproofing material is chemically stable and certified. It consists of a removable EPDM sheet laid on the bed of the excavated area.

The layer of stone consists of quartzes, recovered from scraps of other manufacturing processes. These stones are then bound with resins that, when hardened, are perfectly inert.

For all the reasons detailed above and the intrinsic characteristics of a non-invasive environment, the Mylago system has been accepted in many Italian and European territories subject to constraints and strict environmental protections.

The Mylago system allows a completely natural body of water that enhances the environment with a structure that is fully removable and disposable in all its components.



Mylago technology uses a waterproof EPDM liner laid on the soil and protected by a special Mylago fabric having the following characteristics:


A chemically stable material that is completely inert, contains no polluting additives or heavy metals, and does not release harmful substances into the environment. Aged EPDM installations can be burned to produce energy (since they do not emit dioxins), or eliminated in a common landfill, or recycled to produce new EPDM products.
Greenpeace recommends EPDM as an alternative to PVC.

Waterproofing certification:

EPDM is a synthetic polymer, the use of which for over 40 years has steadily increased in the automotive industry and civil engineering. It is an elastomer obtained by the co-polymerization of Ethylene, Propylene and Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, which is vulcanized. The long rubber molecules are linked through cross-chemical bonds to form an elastic product, chemically stable, with an unbeatable resistance to UV rays, ozone, extreme temperatures
and chemicals.

Viscoelastic properties:

When stretched, the EPDM does not have a yield point, unlike thermoplastic materials which become thinner and eventually break, even at low tensioning. The EPDM stretches up to 300% and can be stretched in all directions simultaneously (multiaxial response) without breaking: even if it is deformed to the limit, it always comes back to the original size and shape, fundamental characteristics for easy movement of the substrate.

Unbeatable flexibility:

The EPDM remains flexible even in extreme temperatures, allowing the installation at any time of the year and in different climatic conditions.