The goal of this study was to assess the phytoremediation potential of transgenic Indian mustard plants. The increase in metal accumulation as a result of these genetic engineering approaches is typically two-to-threefold more metal per plant, which potentially enhances phytoremediation efficiency by the same factor. The significance of this finding is that it is the first to demonstrate an enhanced capability of transgenic plants to phytoextract environmental soil containing a mixture of metals.