One large group of persistent and toxic contaminants is the hydrophobic organic contaminants. Among them, perchloroethylene has been recognized as a representative group of these pollutants with low solubility. This study reports on the effects of electrokinetic remediation with non-ionic surfactant on perchloroethylene contaminated soil. The performance of electrokinetic process in treating a clay soil artificially contaminated was investigated with two levels; 10000 and 30000 mg.kg-1 perchloroethylene and 0.33 g.kg-1 Triton-x-100. A direct current power supply with constant direct current electric voltage (1 V.cm-1) was used for 8-16 days. A negatively charged soil surface resulted in a more negative zeta potential and greater electroosmotic flow toward the cathode. The perchloroethylene concentrations were measured after extraction using n-hexane and analyzed by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy instrument. The water content of soil was kept 25% (w/w). Results were shown that perchloroethylene removal efficiency were achieved to 74 and 89 percent for 10000 and 30000 mg.kg-1 perchloroethylene, respectively for 16 days. Therefore, in this study the integration of electrokinetic with non-ionic surfactant as a hybrid method was most effective for the remediation of perchloroethylene contaminated soils.