Rural poverty and poor development of the Peruvian high Andean peasantry and other nearby latitudes of the Southern American region of our continent is mainly due to the lack of access to basic services (education, health, sanitation and, many times, electricity supply), technological resources and technical knowledge. Coporaque is a peruvian district located in Caylloma province (Arequipa-Peru) that has a total area of 112 Km2 and it has a total population of 973 inhabitants mainly Quechua-speaking  that considers several hamlets and small centers with dispersed settlements being its main populated center its capital of the same name and characterized by its orphanhood with the working groups of the Regional Government of Arequipa to which its development and socioeconomic growth are affirmed. One of the main problems that this area presents is the scarce and null treatment of its domestic wastewater due to the lack of purification systems that causes a deterioration in its quality of life and in the care and reuse of water resources without generating environmental impact and serious pollution. In this context, a bio-based treatment module was designed and configured (using native Nostoc commune) to purify domestic wastewaters in physicochemical and microbiological terms to give it a suitable water quality for irrigation and animal consumption and sustainable achieving its clean reincorporation to the ecosystem. The experimental results showed an elimination of more than 78% of microbial pathogens and common contaminants when the treatment module was installed and started up in the influence area. The innovative aspect of the treatment module generated consisted in the use of a macrophytic cyanobacterium native to the area and known, commonly, like common murmunta (Nostoc commune) that proliferates in cold freshwater channels and is considered only as natural biomass without application. Additionally, the complete structure of the treatment module design is presented in its effective operation for the treatment of domestic wastewaters generated in the reported geographic area.