Azure Printed Homes, innovators of recycled plastic 3D printing building technology, has been chosen by Oasis Development to create fourteen 3D printed prefabricated homes. Oasis is due to start site work in August 2022, with Azure scheduled to deliver the fourteen home community the following month. Azure, who has also been selling recycled plastic 3D printed backyard studios and accessory dwelling units to homeowners, will be creating the first community of durable homes to have their structures be entirely 3D printed using the same waste material repurposing techniques.Azure developed its innovative technology with a goal of finding a better way to build that would be vastly better for the environment. Azure’s creative solution minimizes waste by using plastic already intended for landfills or that usually ends up in our oceans or incinerated. By using recycled materials instead of new resources, Azure aims to close the sustainability loop in the 3D home building industry by getting closer to a circular economy’s goal of making optimum use of previously used materials.Through 3D printing, Azure says they can also build structures 70% faster and with 30% fewer costs than traditional home construction methods. Azure Printed Homes plans to reduce home energy consumption bills to zero through a combination of high levels of building airtightness and the use of low-carbon technologies including heat pumps and solar panels.