What started off as a complaint on Twitter to clean up litter embedded into the grass verge outside the store on Staines Road quickly turned into an area for fly tipping.
An office chair and storage rack could be seen within the pile of rubbish cleared on Wednesday (April 27).
Following complaints from residents led by Andi Barnes of Bedfont about the growing eyesore, with support from Bedfont ward councillor Sam Christie who wrote to the supermarket giant, Tesco finally took responsibility and cleared away what was turning its front yard into a dump ground.
In recent weeks, volunteers have cleared up parts of the borough including the railway path in Feltham, where 100 bags were filled and weapons found and disposed off.
Mr Barnes who battled with Tesco on social media since March 23, said: “It’s very frustrating how long this took to resolve and should have never got to this point in the first place.
“As part of the community of Bedfont, Tesco should take pride and do their bit to make it a nice place to live. It is hoped they will now landscape the grassed area so as not to attract any future repeats.
“Thanks must be given to Hounslow Highways for removing the rubbish on a number of occasions and full credit should also be given to Bedfont’s councillor Christie for pursuing this for over a month until resolved.”
Ms Christie, who also posted a picture, said on Twitter fly tipping is one of the biggest regular complaints from local residents, and she is working with the council to get the remaining recycling bin, which appears to be a magnet for fly tipping, removed.
It seems there was some dispute over who owns the land, between Hounslow council and Tesco, where the much-needed clear up was needed.
In the end, after weeks of going back and forth and confirmation from the Land Registry, Tesco investigated and accepted the area came within private land it owned.
The council has itself been on the receiving end of complaints regarding missed collections with people living at Osterley Lodge recently suffering from overflowing bins , while the 'Clean for the Queen' events have proved a success in the borough.
A spokesperson for Tesco said: "We're pleased that we’ve now cleared this area and our maintenance teams will be carrying out regular checks to ensure it stays this way."