I don't have to tell you that printer ink is expensive. In fact, it's more expensive than fine champagne or human blood (imagine the sort individuals they had to talk to from the black market blood trade in order to confirm that little bit of research).

But how much of it is being flat-out wasted?

Bellevue Fine Art in Seattle, as a company that does a ton of printing and therefore relies on its ink to be as efficient and cost-effective as possible, decided to look into it and see just how much of this precious fluid they are losing and missing out on.

Epson, you got some splainin' to do.