Trio intends to mill the existing above ground material on its property with the near-term objective of selling its mineralized material and future milled material to refiners to generate income, with the objective of running a cash-flow positive business.

The ability of the Company to begin processing its mineralized material is a point of difference from typical junior mining and exploration companies, who do not conduct processing on site. This classifies Trio as a small processor, and separates us from almost all other junior mining companies, who lack the capability to process on site.

Trio plans to monetize its existing above-ground assets by way of: (i) selling our bulk concentrate to refiners as-is (without requiring further processing on the part of the Company); (ii) further processing our concentrate via gravitational separation in order to yield a higher concentrate material which we would market (as ready for smelting) to a broader range of refiners than with option (i); and (iii) millings our additional mineralized material to be marketable via options (i) or (ii).

Trio owns a variety of assets which include several groups of mineralized material including 4,000 tons of concentrate, (“Concentrate”), 16,000 tons of crushed material (“Crushed Material A”), an additional 16,000 tons of crushed material (“Crushed Material B”), 16,000 tons of trench material (“Trench Material”), a 910,000 ton muck pile (“Muck Pile”), and a tailings pond (“Tailings Pond”) with 347,870 tons of material.

Each of the various bodies of above-ground mineralized material has been assayed to determine its composition as follows: 1) Concentrate contains an average of 40 oz of silver per ton and 2% cobalt by weight, “Activation Laboratories Ltd, June 19, 2012”, 2) Crushed Material A contains an average of 38 oz of silver per ton and 2% cobalt by weight, estimates provided by previous owners which represents the most current information, 3) Crushed Material B contains an average of 25 oz of silver per ton, estimates provided by previous owners which represents the most recent information, 4) Trench Material consists of an average of 25 oz. of silver per ton and 2% cobalt by weight, based on information from the previous owners which represents the most current information, 5) Muck Pile contains an average of 10 oz of silver per ton, estimates provided by previous owners which represents the most current information, and 6) the Tailings Pond has a historic estimate of 0.7oz per ton of silver, “Cobalt Mining Camp Tailings Inventory, Cobalt, Ontario, 1993”, which represents the most recent data.