BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — At the beginning of July Vincent Radke received the Walter F. Snyder Environmental Health Award from NSF International and the National Environmental Health Association.

The award is given annually in honor of NSF International’s co-founder and first executive director, Walter F. Snyder, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the advancement of environmental health.

Editorial Director Rich DiPaolo was able to catch up with the recipient to discuss winning the award and his experiences that led to him gaining this achievement.

Listen to the podcast here.