Supermarket Art Muay, which built a 20 foot long wall of rubbish on a leafy Earl's Court street, had been fined.
Art Muay, a store in Hogarth Road, was found guilty of committing offences under the Environmental Protection Act at West London Magistrates' Court. The company was fined £300 and ordered to pay £200 in costs.
Kensington and Chelsea Council enforcement officers patrolling on September 26 came across dozens of cardboard boxes, recycling bags and rubbish bags strewn on the pavement in front of the shop. The pile of rubbish was more than four feet high and 20 feet long.
Councillor Nicholas Paget-Brown said: "It's a great shame that Art Muay was not prepared to organise a proper service to deal with its waste. The court's judgement sends out a clear message to any business that it must ensure it do not dump rubbish onto the streets of the borough."
A member of staff at Art Muay had previously been warned about the waste arrangements for the shop, which had a worker said had contract for just one bag of waste to be collected each day.