The symbols can be downloaded here as a zipped folder. The symbols are available in both a portrait and landscape layout. If you have access to Adobe Pro they are editable so you are able to replace a kupu (word) if required, in consultation with your local iwi. For example, in Kai Tahu dialect Hakarua replaces Hangarua.
Para Kore have allowed us to share their Papakupu Para Kore (Glossary for Zero Waste). This glossary contains all the te reo Māori words you should need when communicating about waste minimisation. The words in the glossary were researched and consulted on nationally, with the aim of helping groups, councils and communities to expand the usage of te reo Māori. Para Kore acknowledges that for some terms, in some locations, local dialect should take preference.
Para Kore is a Māori organisation that delivers education and training on marae to create behaviour change that aligns with the principles of a circular economy by eliminating waste in the planning process, sorting waste so that as little as possible goes to landfill and educating whānau about how to reduce plastic and recycling. View their resources here.