The US Environmental Protection Agency has released new paper tests to detect blemish spots on paper documents.
The tests, developed by a group of academics, are intended to help users identify flaws in documents before they are sent to the printer.
“The paper tests are the first step towards helping users detect and remove flaws before they’re sent to a printer,” EPA’s Office of Paper Testing said in a statement.
“They help users quickly identify and remove defects before they go to the printers.”
The tests can detect and fix any paper defects and flaws in the design or formatting of documents, according to the agency.
The test tests, which will be available for free to anyone who has an EPA ID, will be used in the US and around the world, including Australia.
In the UK, the government has started a public consultation on the test, which is expected to be ready for testing in the spring.
“Paper and printed documents can be very different materials.
Some papers are more brittle, or prone to breaking, while others have higher moisture content,” the agency said.”
If you are looking for a paper test that is reliable and can help you quickly identify any issues in a document, the paper test is a great way to start.”
In February, the EPA released its paper test for the first time.
The paper test uses a “light” ink to stain the paper surface, and the results are published on the agency’s website.
It uses a test that uses a laser to detect paper flaws in different types of paper.