Phenol and Cr (VI) are two types of wastewater known as dangerous and difficult to degrade. Through this study, phenol and Cr (VI) metal wastewater were degraded simultaneously using plasma electrolysis method by reactive species, •OH and H•. The variation of anode depth and position of plasma formation as independent variables correlated with yield of hydroxyl radical, percentage of phenol and Cr (VI) degradation, and specific energy. Within 30 minutes, phenol was degraded to 98.4% and Cr (VI) was degraded to 93.35% with 171.05 kJ/mmol in specific energy, and 174.53 ppm in COD. The optimum condition was obtained in anodic plasma and 1.5 cm in anode depth. The highest degradation percentage of phenol and Cr (VI) were 99.79% and 97.33% achieved during 180 minutes of plasma electrolysis process.