|This study performed experiments for measuring corrosion potential and current density variations in the polarization curves of polyvinylchloride. The results were examined to identify particular influences affecting the corrosion potential such as temperature, pH, enzyme, and salt. The lines representing active anodic dissolution were only slightly shifted in the potential direction by temperature, pH, enzyme and salt. The Tafel slope for the anodic dissolution was determined using the polarization effect with varying conditions. The slope of the polarization curves describing the active-to-passive transition region was noticeably shifted in the potential direction. In addition, using the variation in conditions, the best temperature and pH were determined for the corrosion rate, and resistance of corrosion. The second anodic current density peak and maximum passive current density were designated as degraded(IP/IO). The value of IP/IO was used in measuring the extent of the degradation of the polyvinychloride. The potentiodynamic parameters of the corrosion were obtained using a Tafel plot.