It’s after one police officer was sexually assaulted, six others bitten and urinated on, and eight men were involved in stabbings last weekend.
300 tonnes of rubbish also had to be removed from the streets.
Kensington and Chelsea Council says more than 200 cleaners and 30 refuse trucks worked across Monday night clearing the roads.
The authority says it does its best to recycle as much as possible.
Carnival organisers say violence has nothing to do with the event, which is Europe’s largest street festival.
But some residents are calling for tighter restrictions including a curfew and others want to see the event held in a dedicated park.