The objective of this study was to determine bixafen and fipronil residues in domestic and industrial wastewater, soil and mint samples by binary dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction method (BDLLME) prior to gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Extraction efficiency for the selected analytes was improved by optimizing the parameters such as solvent type, ratio and volume, dispersive solvent type/volume, mixing type and duration to increase overall analytical performance. Under the optimum chromatographic and extraction conditions, limits of detection values for bixafen and fipronil were determined as 7.3 and 6.1 mu g L-1, respectively. Spiking experiments were performed for domestic and industrial wastewater, soil and mint samples to evaluate applicability and accuracy of the proposed method. Recovery results for the samples were calculated in the range of 89.4%-112.6% via matrix matching calibration strategy. It was determined that the detection power of GC-MS system was improved 7.8 times for bixafen and 119 times for fipronil over LOD comparisons of conventional GC-MS and B-DLLME-GC-MS systems.