Every time an action is printed in FPPS a job seperator sheet is printed at the beginning and end of that job. This means that a stack of 100 processed actions will print out as 100 print job cover pages, 100 sf-50's, and 100 print job final pages. This creates two sheets of waste for every one printed sheet of useble documentation.
Print jobs of actions that are released to print jointly should process through FPPS as one print request and not as multiple seperate requests. This would create one sheet of wasted paper at the beginning of a total print job and one at the end, saving both paper and toner that is wasted every time an action is printed. Because toner is extremely expensive, savings would add up quickly.