Bill sponsor State Rep. Scott Martin (R-Norman) said "I applaud their interest in water conservation and think the state should support private residential projects that cut water usage. Common sense reuse is good policy and an option for homeowners during times of drought or water rationing. The average consumer has the potential to realize savings on their monthly water bill through conservation".
The Rainbow Water Coalition has posted on their unique approach to reuse greywater forming the new color of water - Vespawater - due to the ability to mix greywater with rainwater. The Australians do this, and it appears that the Coop store in Corvallis has applied for the first-of-its-kind permit to do the same for indoor reuse of greywater for flushing toilets as described here.
I don't know about you, but I am starting to "feel good" about greywater, so good that I applied for my permit to reuse greywater from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality nearly two weeks ago!