Wall slip of sweage sludge and affect slip possible factors were studied experimentally by using a rotational rheometer with parallel plate fixtures and by means high speed camera. In the steady shearing flow, the technique involves placing a straight line marker monitoring of wall slip,checking the gap dependence of the stress/ strain data. For sweage sludge of water content 80%, in the shearing flow it was found that, as the strain amplitude increasing, the stress data obtained at different gaps, then, at the certain strain amplitude, started to diverge, indicating that wall slip occurred. But for sweage sludge of water content 90%, these curves are superimpose, indicating no slip occurred. In the dynamic oscillatory shear flow, we analyze the total wave. While strain, stress amplitude decreases with the time, while strain, the stress amplitude remains constant.